578.7642 So89 1939 a^L>iv......^>:i:^«>^i.^s^iiai«ifeftf.ii&i'**a^;^>-i^Hfe5aaM^ I ' l irr i l tlii ^- mi ia ffl : ■'•■"■TnmiMJSHIHfflraifiWHIIfflfflffl^^^ b mimminmmTOiiHnMiiiaHiJMMiiiiifflnTinTTimwTOtiiimm HTnil lIMlffll ■pmuiji CJf^.,.^^^ C}i.--.y JM m^^^^^mmmmmmm A. Frank Smith, Jr. Library Center Southwestern University Georgetown, Texas Presented by Charles E. Ingram/ '40 w^m^^^mm^^^m w T^^ II publisKed bi^tKe St M de vvt s of SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY GE OR G E TOWN TEXAS Pfiff ) i To make a book that is different without at the same time defying good taste is the aim and ambition of all who have held the position of Sou'Wester Editor. Whether the aims and purposes of this year's staff have been realized remains for the ultimate judge, the reader, to say; and it is to him, not to the artist and not to the literary critic, that the 1939 Sou'Wester has been directed. To the fresh charm of college life which in the restless youth stirs exciting dreams of things to come — which in later years returns again and again in captivating memories of exciting events, youthful blunders, unspoiled friend- ships — to that unique glamour is this volume dedicated. It is with great pleasure that we present this book to you. You may turn on for the 1939 Sou'Wester. THE EDITOR JOHN WILLIAM BERGIN, Ph.B., D.D. President of Soiifhucsferu University A Message from the President: In a recent address the President of John Hopkins University asks a ques- tion: "Why do young folk go to college?" Then he answers: "First, to find out what they've got; second, to develop it." And might he not have added, third, to learn to relate it to the solution of problems of the world in happy co- operation with his fellow man? This is the work that Southwestern University has endeavored to do in in- dividual education for one hundred years. Many are the leaders in America in both church and state that have received their education here. May I congratulate the student body of 1938-39 on being the Peer of any student body ever to have attended Southwestern University? John William Bergin WflJiH "19! %' ;"t-' ^ w4- \ NV.-^ i^^ ■-,V^i' V i^^^'"-;- %■-. "rrs^- r f^ II i II I 311- J ^* I- I i!^^.> Women's Building JJ^W* RUTH MORGAN FERGUSON B. A., M. A. Dean of Women OSCAR ALVIN ULLRICH B. A., M. A., Ph. D. Dean of the Faculty Head of the Departments of Education and Psychology >i«^ ISAAC JOEL McCOOK Business Manager PEARL ALMA NEAS Registrar ^tfmiMM HENRY EDWIN MEYER B. A., B. M. B. S. Dean of School of Music - -^ MARGARET MOOD McKENNON B. A. Librarian CHARLES MESSERVIE EDENS B. A. Director of Athletics and Head Coach THOMAS MINARD JOHNSON Director of Band and Orchestra HERBERT LEE GRAY, B. A., D. D. Head cf Bible and Religion MYRON LAWSON WILLIAMS. B. A., M. A. Head of Departments of Business, Economics, and Sociology JOHN CAMPBELL GODBEY, B. A., M. A. Head of Departments of Physics and Chemistry GEORGE C. HESTER. B. A., M. A. Head of Departments of History and Political Science THOMAS HODGIN MARSH M. A., M. A., B. D. Head of Speech and Dramatic Literature LUTHER JACOB WAGGONER B. A., M. A., B. D. Professor of Religious Education and History CLAUD HOWARD, B. A., M. A., Ph. D. Head of Department of English ERNST HEYER, Abiturienten Zeugnis Instructor in German and Latin ALBERT RUSSEL WAPPLE, B. S., M. A. Head of Mathematics Department GORDON BLOOMFIELD WOLCOTT B. S., M. S., Ph. D. Head of Biology and Geology CHARLES TINSLEY THRIFT B. A., M. A., Ph. D., B. D. Professor of Bible and Religion HELEN LOUISE STAFFORD, B. S., M. S. Instructor in English LUCY BELL MORGAN. B. A., M. A. Assistant Professor of Spanish RHEA WILLIAMS, B. A. Professor of Education and Director of Physical Education SIDNEY BERGIN DUNN, B. S., M. S. Assistant Professor of Physics and Mathematics CARL BENTON COMPTON. B. A., B. F. A. Head of Department of Art MAURINE PEARCE UNDERWOOD B. L. I., B. A. Instructor in Speech and Dramatic Literature ESTHER MESSICK, B. A., M. A. Instructor in Education and Physical Education JOHN THATCHER ATKIN, B. A., M. A. Instructor in Mathematics HOLLAND STOREY Director of Public Relations THOMAS HAMILTON CLARKE, B. A. Instructor in Business Administration JOHN H. UTLEY, B. A., M. A., Ph. D. Professor of Foreign Languages MARGARITA AGRENEVA-SLAVIANSKY Professor of Voice and Director of the Chorus MARA SLAVIANSKY Instructor in Voice and Theory lOLA BOWDEN. B. F. A., B. A. Instructor in Piano, Organ, and Theory LORENA MOSES Hostess of the Women's Building JOHN RICHARD MARTIN. M. D. University Physician EDNA GROTE LEHMBERG Supervisor of the Dining Hall MILDRED OTHELLA CRAFT. R. N. University Nurse F. C. ROBERTS Campus Manager LOIS CLARKE Assistant Registrar LOUISE RADER Cashier MARGARET MOOD McKENNON. B. A. Librarian Administration Building •*w Al S E N I O K S THOMAS BARTON MISSION Major: Chemistry Kappa Sigma S. U. Band French Club CARRIE BEASLEY CORSICANA Major: Enghsh Sigma Tau Delta Pi Gamma Mu English Club French Club JANE BURCHAM GEORGETOWN Major: Dramatic Literature Zeta Tau Alpha, Secretary '37 Pi Gamma Mu '38, '39 Sports Club '36 Mask and Wig, Vice-Pres. '38 French Club '35, 37, '38 Pep Squad '36, '37 English Club Philosophy Club '38 Vice-President Sophomore Class Assistant Director of Interscholastic League One Act Play '38 RAYMOND BLACK GEORGETOWN Major: Business Administration Fotball '35, '36, '37, '38 Student Senate '38 Alpha Chi Athletic Council Spanish Club PORTIA LOUISE BURNS CORPUS CHRISTI Major: English Women's Building Honor Council '37, President '39 Student Senate '37 Pep Squad '36 Pi Gamma Mu Delta Delta Delta Student Assistant in English Mask and Wig '37 WILLIAM CECIL OMAHA Major; Business Ad. Pi Gamma Mu DON CHILDRESS GEORGETOWN Major: Business Ad. Alpha Chi Who's Who Student Assistant in Business Administration MARY JO DAVIDSON FORT WORTH Major; English W. A. A. Secretary Tennis Club French Club Mask and Wig Delta Delta Delta Secretary PanHelenic Rep. for Delta Delta Delta MARVIN DAVIS SANTA ANNA Major; Business Ad. Phi Delta Theta Mask and Wig SAMUEL CHESTER DUNN SAN ANTONIO Major; Chemistry Science Society President of Sophomore Class '37 Senate Alpha Chi Pres. of Students Association '39 Pres. Alpha Chi '39 Pres. of Kappa Alpha '39 Pres. of Pan Hellenic '39 Vice-Pres. of T. S. G. C. '39 Who's Who '39 President of President's Club '39 4^ ELLAGENE EANES GEORGETOWN Major; Dramatic Literature Zeta Tau Alpha, Pres. '38; Vice-Pres. '37 President of Hellenic '38 Vice-Pres. of Freshman Class Secretary of Sophomore Class Secretary of Junior Class Secretary of Le Circle Francois Sou'wester Beauty '37 Alpha Chi Freshman Prize Mask and Wig Club National Collegiate Players Secretary of Pi Gamma Mu '39 Orator '37 S E N I O M S SYBIL BELLE ELLIS RUSK Major: History Pi Gamma Mu Chorus, Sec'y-Treas. W. A. A. Student Senate '39 Pep Squad Sports Club Vi7omen's Bldg. Honor Council Mask and Wig Sou'wester Staff; Asst. Bus. Mgr. '39 Pan American Forum '36 F. KELLY EZELL LAMPASAS Major: Business Ad. Kappa Alpha Pres. of Sr. Class '39 Megaphone Staff '39 Philosophy Club '38 Who's Who Publication Rep. to Senat> Philosophy Club '39 Sports Club '37 Pep Squad '37 English Club Alpha Chi JAMES E. FERGUSON SEALY Major: Business Ad. Mood Hall Honor Council French Club, Pres. '38 Vice-Pres. Junior Class Pi Gamma Mu Senate '39 Ministerial Association Business Office Assistant W. S. FRASIER, JR. GEORGETOWN Major: English Alpha Chi Enqhsh Club, Pres. '39 Science Society, Vice-Pres. '39 Philosophy Club Tutor in English RUEBEN FROEHNER RIESEL Major: History Chorus Mood Hall Honor Council Dining Hall Headwaiter FLORENCE GAMMENTHALER LIBERTY HILL Major: Public School Music Chorus German Club Pianist Club EDWARD GROSS GEORGETOWN Major: Voice Alpha Chi Chorus, Soloist and Manager Second Place, Y. V. A. T. ARTHUR JACKSON HODGES GEORGETOWN Major: Chemistry and Physics Alpha Chi Science Society, Treos. '38 Tutor in Physics ROSAMOND HOWARD GEORGETOWN Major: Piano Mask and Wig W. A. A. Sports Club, Pres. '38 Mozart's Club, Pres. '39. Univ. Honor Council, Sec. '38 Djlta Delta Delta, Pres. '39 Pan Hellenic, Pres. '39 Alpha Chi Miss Southwestern '39 PHILLIP KNIPP RAYMONDVILLE Major: Business Ad. Philosophy Club Pi Gamma Mu S E N I O M S . EVELYN LEMMON GEORGETOWN Major: History Pi Gamma Mu Student Senate University Honor Council Women's Bldg. Honor Council Pan American Forum Night Supervisor JAMES DARRELL LEWIS GEORGETOWN Major: Biology Tutor in Biology German Club LANETTE LIESE GEORGETOWN Major: Speech Delta Delta Delta Secretary Student's Ass'n Secretary Alpha Chi Secretary Mask and Wig Student Assistant m Art Chorus University Honor Council Vice-Pres. Senior Class German Club Who's Who Art Editor Sou'Wester '35 Sou'wester Beauty '38, '39 EUGENE LOTT LOTT Major: Math Science Society Varsity Golf Student Assistant in Math German Club "S" Association CLAUD McBAY GROESBECK Major: History Football '37, '38 Spanish Club Mask and Wig Philosophy Snyder Hall Honor Council Senate "S" Association WILLIAM D. McCARTY BARTLETT Major: Business Ad. Kappa Alpha Mask and Wig Football '36 MARY MARTHA McKINNON GEORGETOWN Major: Dramatic Literature Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Chi Pi Gamma Mu Sigma Tau Delta Pres. '39: Sec. '38 Mask and Wig, Pres. '39; Sec. '38 Sou'Wester Beauty '38 Asst. Ed. Southwestern Magazine Asso. Ed. Megaphone Asso. Ed. Sou'Wester Pan American Forum EARL MARTIN TEMPLE Major: Bible Ministerial Association, Vice-Pres. '39 Philosophy Club LINNIE MAY GEORGETOWN Major: History Chorus Spanish Club Sports Club W. A. A. <ST . hptk '#f ; S E N I ALLENE PALM GEORGETOWN Major: Business Ad. Pi Gamma Mu Student Asst. in History JOYCE PRICE GEORGETOWN Major: Pub. Sch. Music Delta Delta Delta Pros, of Chorus '38 Pi Gamma Mu Mozart Society Mask and Wig Pep Squad Miss Southwestern '38 Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges. DOAK C. PROCTOR BEAUMONT Major: Business Ad. Tennis Letter '37, '38, '39 Phi Delta Theta "S" Association THOMAS PURL GEORGETOWN Major: History Kappa Sigma Varsity Golf "S" Association EUGENE RADER FLORENCE Major: Business Ad. Freshmen Basketball GEORGE MARION RADER ANGLETON Major: Business Ad. Football '35, '36, '37, '38 Basketball '35, '36, '37 Track '35, '36 "S" Association, Pres. '39 WESLEY RAGSDALE HAMILTON Major: Chemistry Alpha Chi '39 Science Society '36, 37, '38, '39; Vice-Pres. '38, Pres. '39 Mood Hall Honor Council '38, '39 Student Senate '39 Univ. Honor Council '38, '39 German Club '37 Philosophy Club '38 Student Asst. Chemistry '38 Tutor in Chemistry '39 WILLIAM CLYDE RIVERS PRAIRIE HILL Major: History Basketball '38, '39 Football '38, '39 "S" Association Chorus '38, '39 CURTIS ROBERTSON GEORGETOWN Major: Business Ad. Southv/estern Chorus Pirate Band Pi Gamma Mu Oo B. SALYER NEWCASTLE Major: English and Religion Ministerial Ass'n '37, '38, '39; Pres. '38, '39 Chorus '37, '38, '39 Student Senate '39 Vice-Pres. Kenneth Pope Class '39 Philosophy Club '38 English Club '37, '38, '39 S E N I O M S CHARLES SCHAUER MASON Major: Chemistry Mood Hall Honor Council Senate Science Society- German Club Student Asst. in Chem. Tutor in Chemistry CHARLYNE SHAW GEORGETOWN Major: English Delta Delta Delta; Corresponding Sec'y '39 Vice-Pres. Fresh. Class '36 Yell Leader '38, '39 Pres. of Pep Squad '38 Mask and Wig '36, '37 W. A. A. '36, '37, '38, '39; President '38, 39' Megaphone Staff '36, '37, '38 Feature Editor of Megaphone '38 Associate Editor of Southwestern Magazine '39 Le Circle Francais '37, '38 Girls Tennis Team '36, '37 Student Assistant in Physical Training '38, '39 NORMAN STAFFORD TEXAS CITY Major: Business Ad. Senate '38, '39 Snyder Hall Honor Council S. U. Bindery '36, '37 S. U. Publicity Dept. '36 Business Mgr. of Southwestern Magazine '37 "30" Club '37; Pres. '38 Philosophy Club '37 Mask and Wig; Bus. Mgr. '38 Pi Gamma Mu Bus. Mgr. Sou'Wester '38 Sigma Tau Delta; Vice-Pres. '39 English Club Program Mgr. of Pigskin Revue Camera Club Kappa Sigma DOROTHY STEVENS ROCKDALE Major: Public School Music Chorus Barb Council '39 KATHRYN STOLZ WESLACO Major: History Pi Gamma Mu Music Club MARION TOWNS GEORGETOWN Major: Math French Club Philosophy Club EDWIN VINTHER GEORGETOWN Major: Biology Science Society Mask and Wig Sou'Wester Photographer AUGUST WEISS BRENHAM Major: History Pi Gamma Mu German Club SUE WADDILL GEORGETOWN Major: Mathematics Pi Gamma Mu CORNELIA WETZEL FREEPORT Major: Piano Delta Delta Delta Mozart Society; Sec'y-Treas. '37 Alpha Chi; Sec'y-Treas. '39 Senior Class Sec'y-Treas. Chapel Pianist Student Asst. in Piano Chorus '36, '37, '38, '39 HOWARD WILKINSON Major: Psychology Tutor in Philosophy Winer of Granbery Philosophy Prize '38 Philosophy Club; Pres. '37, '38 Pi Gamma Mu; Pres. '37, '38 University Sunday School Class Pres. '38, '39 Mood Hall Honor Council; Pres. '38, '39 Alpha Chi; Vice-Pres. '39 Pan American Student Forum; Vice-Pres. '38 Ministerial Ass'n '38, '39 University Honor Council '37, '38 Who's Who American Student Union Pi Kappa Delta Debate '38 Chorus '38, '39 JUNIO M S LAUNCELOT BAILEY— La Grange AL. C. BARRON— Waco JUDY BARTON— Temple ARTHUR BAYER— Spring OSCAR BEAVER— Florence CARL BERGQUIST Georgetown KOREA BENOLD— Georgetown NEWELL BOYD— Temple GRACIE BRACEY— Bellville LEON BRADY— Weir DOR BROWN— Georgetown COLE BUTLER— Rusk |jg» 't* JAMES CALLAWAY— Georgetown GEORGE CARTER Port Arthur JOHN CHILDRESS— Fort Worth LUTHER CHRISTMAN Texas City OLIVER COLE— Sterling City L. M. COY— Beaumont CARL LIESE — Georgetown GRACE McKINNEY— Wortham JOHN McKINNON— Georgetown PHIL MAGEE— Robstown PAT MANFORD— Smiley JOHN MORELLE— Georgetown JUNIO ES ARMISTEAD DAVIS— Georgetown CHARLES ECLES— Luling GEORGE FOSTER— Calvert HOWELL GADDY— Lampasas WILLIAM GODBEY— Georgetown ROWLAND HOLBERT— Granger TOMMYE HOUSTON— Odem CHARLES INGRAM— Galveston ROBERT KNIGHT— San Antonio LEE LAWRENCE— Taylor PAT LEE— McAllen SETH Vs^ARD LEHMBERG— Georgetown JUNIORS HENRY T. MYERS— Glen Flora VERNON MYERS— Mathis ELMER NILSON— El Campo ROBERT OVERTON— Lubbock ROSE MARIE PARTLOW— Liberty MATHOLEE PATRICK— Georgetown EVANGELINE PATTERSON— Georgetown ALSON PECK— Georgetown GILBERT PITTS— San Benito PAUL REED— Holland CLELLIA REESE— Waco ROBERT RENTFRO— Waco G. A. RICHTER— Taylor y,,v MILTON ROBINSON— El Paso EDWARD STANFORD— Fort Worth BERNICE STERLING— Galveston LESLIE THOMPSON— Katy MARY WARDLOW— Del Rio SOPHOMOMES LUTHER B. ADAMS—Cleburne JACK ALLEN— Gustine GRADY ANDERSON— Georgetown HAL ANDERSON— Conroe MARY ELIZABETH ANDERSON— Houston MARGARET BAKER— Harlingen ALLEN BARR— Sherman ALLENE BARR— Sherman THEODORE BARTON— Granger VERNON BEHELER— Lufkin CAMILLE BEHRINGER— Bollinger ROBERT BETETTE— Rochester, N. Y. FLOYD BETTS— Wharton ROY BLAND— Taylor JOHN BOHMFALK— San Antonio BETH BRISCOE— Grandview MARGARINE BROCKETTE— Holland DELBERT BROWN— Crockett JANE BRYANT— Temple ^ ALICE CADE — Georgetown ISABELLE CAMPBELL— Spur ENNIS CANADY— Bryan HELEN CARLSON— Georgetown CHRISTINE CHAMBLESS— Madisonville SOPHOMOMES JANETTE COLE— Hubbard FRANKLIN CREWS— Wharton CURTIS CROSSMAN— Garland CLEM CROWLEY— Kerens LEONARD DAVIS— Rock Springs O. B. DAVIS— Palestine JOSEPH DAY— Charlotte H. T. DENSON— Granger LEWIS DOAN— Humble CARMEN DOBBS— Menard BETTY GAYNELLE DOZIER— Menard LOUISE FERGUSON— Georgetown FLO FISHER— Liberty MILDRED FISHER— Liberty MARYNEL GOOLSBEE— Houston KATHERINE GREEN— Waco ED HARRIS— Henderson TOPPIE HAUN— Lockhart BILLY DORIS HAYS— Taylor MARVIN HENDERSON— Georgetown HERSHEL HICKS— El Campo HAL HOLLAND— Palestine MARGARET HULL— San Antonio JEAN JOHNSTON- Georgetown SOPHOMOMES LAURA NELL KEY— Charlotte MARGARET KRIEGEL— Wharton AUGUSTA LANGE— Katemcy CELIA LITTLE— Laredo DAVID LLOYD— Brownsville EMMA LOU LOGAN— Sonora JACK McCANN -Round Rock JOHNNIE McCOOK Georgetown WOODRUFF McCOOK— Georgetown ROBERT McMURREY— Yoakum FRANCES MAAS— Clarksville JOHN MARQUART— Houston W. J. MAYS— Denton HENRY MEYER— Georgetown TROW MIMS— Palestine MARY LOUISE MITCHELL— Marfa ROGER MOOD— Georgetown DORIS MORGAN— Cuero EBBA MUNSON— Georgetown LAMAR MUSE— Palestine JACQUELINE NAVE— Georgetown HORACE NEILSON— McKinney FRANCES NIXON— Muskogee, Okla. KITTYFAE NUTTALL— Beaumont SOPHOMOEES HORACE OWENS— Palestine ELIZABETH PARTLOW— Liberty HOUSTON PENNINGTON— Georgetown MILTON PERRY— San Saba WALTER PRESLEY— El Campo PAULINE RADER— Florence BILLY JO RENFRO— Tyler LENAIR RICHARDSON— Georgetown WALTER RIGGS— Yoakum MAVIS ROBERTS— Junction WILMA ROBERTS— Georgetown MARVIN ROBINSON— Spring FLOYD RODGERS— Bastrop WILLIAM SARVER— Crowley, La. FRANKLIN SCHAUER— Hufsmith OLA NAN SHAW— Troup EFFIE SHIVERS- Crockett MILDRED SICELOFF— Fort Worth EMMA OWEN SMITH— Dawson WILLIAM SMITH— Houston JOE SNEED— Calvert DOROTHY STANDRIDGE— Pendleton MARY ELIZABETH STANDRIDGE— Pendleton FRANCES STOCKLAS— Rosebud !■■■■■■■■■ SOPHOMOKES LEONARD STOKES—Lufkin MELVIN TEGGE— Schwertner WILL HOUSTON TINSLEY— Gonzales REGGIE TRAINER— Sonora JUNE WALSH— Round Rock JEANNE WARD— Austin ELIZABETH WASSON— Buffalo NEVIN WEAVER— Navosota BETTY WELCH— Groesbeck MARY JANE WHITCOMB— Mexia JACK WHITEHURST— Goliad MARY VITULA WILCOX— Georgetown HELEN WILKINSON— Lufkin ALBERT WILLIAMS— Georgetown JAMIE WILLIAMSON— Rochelle HAZEL WILSON— Temple MARY SUE" WITT— Georgetown TOM WOLFE— Hico HAZLE WOOD— Rio Grande City :.j FMESHMEN FRANCES ASKEY— Gonzales GENEVIEVE BARR Sherman ELIZABETH BARTLETT— Marlin CHARLSIE BARTON— Temple BILLIE BELL— Bay City ROY BELLAH— Samt Jo MAXINE BENOLD— Georgetown JAMES BOWERS Caldwell HELEN BRACEY— Bellville GUY BRANTLEY Del Rio JACK BROCK— McNeil WILLIAM BROWN— Harlingen DOROTHY BUCKHART— Corsicana JOHN BURLESON— Smithville MARIE CALLAWAY— Jefferson JACK CAMPBELL— Marlin MARY ELIZABETH CARAWAY— Houston DON CARLSON— Georgetown MARY LOUISE CARLSON— Georgetown GARNER CLARK— Dallas EUNICE COFFEE— Georgetown JONISUE COGDEL— Snyder LILY LAYNE COLEMAN— Houston HAZEL COMISH— Houston HIXON COWAN— Temple FMESHMEN SAM COX -^Mexia VERNON DARBY— Georgetown LETA JO DOTSON— Liberty Hill EMMA DOORNBOS— Nederland JOYCE DuBOSE— Little River BILL DURHAM— Lampasas ERNEST EDENS— Corrigan KIRKLAND EDWARDS— Navasota HORACE ELROD— Houston DOYLE EPPS— Crockett ROY ERWIN— Calvert NONA BETH FERRELL— Longviewr MARJORIE FISHER— Houston ALFRED H. FOERSTER— Staples DORIS MARIE FORSV ALL— Georgetown GLADINE CRISWELL— Georgetown , HAROLD GILLESPIE— Bartlett L. G. GLOVER— Georgetown ROSALEE GODBEY— Georgetown HARRY LEE GOLD— Georgetown IRENE GREER— Houston SIDNEY GREGORY— Gatesville PAUL GUSTAFSON— Georgetown ELIZABETH HARMON— Orange FLOY HARRISON— Jarrell FKESHMEN GLORIA HAWKER— league DORIS HODGES— Jourdanton ELIZABETH HODGES— Jourdanton SAM HOLMES— Troup MYRA LOU HUNT— Portland WYNONA HUTCHERSON— Sonora WILSON INGRUM— Conroe MARY JANE JACKSON— Trinity JOYCE JONZ— El Paso ROBERT KINSEL— Hebbronville MAYNETTE KREIDLER— McAllen WALTER KURITZA— Houston BILLIE MARIE LAWHON— Sealy BETTE LEWIS— Houston ELANOR LOGAN— Georgetown MICKEY LOTT— Trinity ELIZABETH LUTHER— Mathis SARAH McCALL— Temple JAMES McDonald— Coleman ELIZABETH ANN McKINNON Georgetown GORDON McLEOD— Happy MARY GENE MABRY— Houston AUDREY MacBLAIN— Chicago, 111. JUDGE MARION— Luling PAULINE MARONEY— Mineral Wells FBESHMEN MARTHA MARTIN— Corsicana RUTH MARTIN— Lakeland, Fla. BILLIE METEER— Port Arthur ANNA MILLER— Temple LAVADA MILLER— Mission BETTY JANE MILLIGAN— Streetman MARGERY MINTS— Gonzales RANDOLPH MOORE— Port Lavaca WESLEY MUECKE— Seabrook MARTHA ANN NALL— Georgetown MARY TOM NEAL— Concan HARVEY LEE O'ERIANT— Palestine GORDON PACE— Livingston EUGENIA PALMER— Brownwood GLENNA MAE PATRICK Georgetown JOHN PATRICK— Georgetown ■ LESTER PEEL— Montgomery J. E. PHELAN— Palestine ALICE PIEPES— Georgetown JIMMY PRICE— Georgetown JOY RAMEY— Trinity HENRY REYNOLDS— New Caney CECIL ROE— Bollinger DOROTHY ROE— Cleburne GOODVIN ROGERS— Palestine Vhi^i^ FMESHMEN LEONARD RUNKLE— Palacios WARNER SAUNDERS— Coleman CLINTON SCHULZE— Mason FRANK SEHON— Conroe CHARLES SMITH— Georgetown DENTON SMITH— Merryville, La. L. R. SMITH— Jarrel NETTA JANE SMITH— Waco MARY AGNES STINSON— Conroe WINNIE STONE— Georgetown LESLIE STRANGE— Mart WALTER TAYLOR— Orange JANE THOMPSON— Gatesville EMILY TUCKER— Temple ROBBIE LEE WALKER— Temple BYRON WALTERS— Brownsville LVNETTE WEAVER— Navasota BEN WESTBROOK— Calvert JOY WIDNER— Houston MARY WIGGINS -Georgetown GLADYS WILKINSON— Lufkin KATHRYN WILLIS— Livingston LUCILLE WILLIS Olton WANDA WINFREY— Georgetown FRANCES WITHERS— Orange iSI^^Hi PAUL BOHMFALK IV San Antonio BESS HODGES IV— Austin RUTH BRANNIES III— Industry THOMAS BLAKE III— Georgetown LAURENCE MORGAN III— Waco HELEN RUTH WUNDERLE III— Port Arthur PATRICIA BATT II— Cameron SAMMY BEEKER II— Brownsville EDWARD WILSON II— Holland ALBERT WILLIAMS II Georgetown MORRIS WELCH I— Lufkin DERRIL LEE GATES I— Lufkin HOYT STAPP I— Andice DOUGLAS McLENDON I— Cisco A. C. GRAHAM I— Galena Park BILLIE SUE MADELY I— Conroe RAE HOYT I— Katy MARVIN LAMPERT I— Lorena CLAUDE DAVIS I— Eustace WILLIAM MOORE I— Austin ROSCOE GILBERT I— San Benito HAYWOD YOUNG I— Georgetown ROSAMOND HOWARD Miss Southwestern Uii^^h r 1 mi^^m /^MARY TOM NEAL^ ISweetheart of the Band. PUttW I 1 i EMMA OWEN SMITH Zeta Tau Alpha YtJ. !H Jean and Roger look for the birdie . . . Hawky and Mavis and a couple of books . . . Will Houston goes back to nature . . . Harmon stops for the pause that refreshes . . . More nature lovers . . . and write your own caption for that last . . . RIGHT . . . A page of cheerful smiling Freshmen beauties on the right . . . Nona Beth, Marie, Mary Lib, Billie, some Deltas, Harmon and Withers; Betty Jane, Mickey and Dorothy, and Billie Marie furnish the sunshine. ^m*^4^^M it... ^^'tm:. ^n > ^ ■<«r»'L,:, •»*'t:S*-5lgf, ^^.'r^-^J^!^' LEFT PAGE . . . Mary Jane, Lavada, and Charlsie start out for the tavern . . . Trees and Sammy . . . see your dentist twice a year ... A typical Tavern scene during chapel period. RIGHT PAGE ... Ezell supervises Lanette's snooze . . . Stafford and Cor- nelia holding hands and seeming very pleased about it, too . . . and last, the v/orm turns and Ezell gets his rest. l^fciS Two cute Zetas with two wide smiles. Margie and Jimmie seem to be pretty well satisfied with the world, too. Gene studies as time marches on. Mary Martha in Stafford's car. Two perennial couples — Gloria and Horace, Pat and Joyce. There's Margie again, with another smil- ing swain. Here we present a complete course in Riverology . . . Rusty handles the canoe, while Martha favors us with a smile . . . Some of the girls in swim- ming; real authentic Riverology as ex- hibited by Junior and Billie . . . Joyce and Cornelia stop to rest . . . Leslie goes wading, and Tot gives us a smile. BIGHT . . . Getting away from "It All", and three Zeta lovlies beautify this page . . . Dormitory bull session. Some rather forlorn looking damsels wait at the door. What are you doing. Red? Zetas considering this year's pledge crop, thoughtfully. ■fSJKI LEFT PAGE . . . Gracey looks awfully depressed, may- be she wonders . . . Allene Borr serves notice . . . Mickey Lott — one of our cutest freshmen . . . Some of the girls talk it over . . . Maynette and Lanette favor us with a pleasant look. RIGHT PAGE . . . Charlyne and the stars and stripes . . . Mary Wiggins rides to victory on the Phi float in the Homecoming parade — Sehon seems a little tired . . . Joe Day plays Tarzan . . . Tiny McKinnon and Babe Wil- cox and "Ossie" Sayler . . . Our swing band struts out . . . One of the schools numberous jaloppies which Foster is view- ing with proprietary pride. ■^ 1 .%!i %, ^'- Better hurry, you're late! Gaddy looks positively stricken. Some athletic A. D. Pi's. Doris and Jo and heaven knows who — Our specially fea- tured picture — Dean Ullrich, second uni- form from the right, smiles shyly at the young lady. Maybe this war wasn't all so bad. ■* '■•>.. »•'* / LEFT . . . Monroe looks sinister, and some- one's either directing traffic or try- ing the Lambeth Walk — Sybil regis- ters surprise. Cheer leaders and Peebles squints at the camera. Ath- letic gals, these. Hazle and Gus (as usual). RIGHT . . . Tom Herbert and Grace — Another campus couple. Mr. Wapple — hmmn? The editor at work. Dr. Wol- cott and an amateur biologist figure this thing out. The serious side of campus life — even Stafford's study- ing. ■**s ^y ■^^ .. ■ .J^' Two attractive A. D. Pi's and a couple of Sigs. Allene looks as if she might have a cinder in her eye. Ed Stanford and "Cousin" Margie Fisher. Izzy and Camilla — nice girls, both. Pace is im- pressive in that uniform, isn't he, Ellagene? The entire cast for "Gammer Gurton's Needle". ^ ii^nir II * IHiiHMIRilllHiiHillll Wk .. \u " 4 '^jSl, , _- ' .ifc ^\ . _ :: . ^^ C. M. "LEFTY" EDENS Head Coach < I O 4 5>; LOUIS BREMER All-Conference Center V REVIEW OF THE FOOTBALL SEASON This year we present with pride the standing of the Southwestern Pirates in the race for the Texas Conference football championship. One morning back in September "Lefty" Edens strode onto the field to look over eight letter- men, who had returned to the fold, a few squadmen and a bum.per crop of junior college backs. What, he moaned, was he going to use for a line behind which his new finds could gallop. The beef he had planned on hadn't materialized and the papers were full of reports of the great strength of other schools who had long been companions to Southwestern in the lower bracket. In just a few days after practice started "Tossin' Teddy" Fehr received a knee injury which made the coach moan still more. A set-up game which had been arranged for an early season opener proved to be just that — not even a test of this new and unpredictable team. Lon Morris stood dismayed as the reliable Knight and two new finds, Burleson and Lee, scored at random to come out 33-0. Baylor University with three fine teams completely reversed the tables next week to show the Pirates the other end of a 33-0 score. Here was another find, though. "Dutch" O'Neil aver- aged 5 yards more on each punt than could the famed Billy Patterson. Things were looking up. Bremer had been injured the week before the Pirates met Denton teachers. The center was wide open, the teachers hit the spot, and the score was 27-6 with the Pirates behind again. O'Neil's punts again averaged 49 yards. With two stinging defeats behind them, the veteran backs, who were to be the power of the team, on the injured list, and very little hope the Corsairs trotted onto the field at St. Edwards. The Tigers had imported the hopefuls from the famous South Bend Indiana squad and out- weighed Edens men 20 pounds at every position. "Doc" Godbey strode out onto the field and had a little chat with the boys, told them what they were up against and asked them to play ball. Little C. L. Lee averaged six yards on every run. Beartracks Knight played with his Jl ' ■//I hand in a plaster cast. No one could have downed them that night. Everything went their way and the victory was a glorious one. Nine players were carried from the field of play. What a ball game! A special train to San Marcos, the Pirate band, and an 87 yard run by little Guy Brant- ley featured the next game as the Pirates again won 6-0. Greatly outweighed again the Pirates took on the highly touted Abilene Christian team for a homecoming game on Snyder field. A rain-soaked field, several injuries, and lots of hard, luck took the game for the Christians and Southwestern stood one and one in conference games. A week of rest worked miracles on this under- dog team, this team of fighting freshmen. The Trinity Tigers rolled in on a special train high hopes for an easy win. McMurry and McBay blocked a punt and recovered for that first touchdown which again sparked the boys to victory. The opponents had been doped at least three touchdowns better. The McMurry Indians bit the dust to a tune of 31-6 the following week. Five touchdowns were rolled up by four new little backs, the heaviest of which weighed 160 pounds. Another impressive win loomed ahead as the Pirates prepared for the Daniel Baker Hill- billies who had failed to win a game. Lee and Brantley took turns scoring and McMurry and Knight scored every extra point. The stage was set for the final test. Three times in the past twelve years the Corsairs had had the opportunity of winning the con- ference by defeating the always powerful Howard Payne Yellowjackets in the traditional Turkey day game. Three times they had failed. Here was the opportunity once more. If ever a Pirate team fought it was that day. Fol- lowers of both teams appeared from every- where to fill the stands at Brownwood. Su- perior reserve strength and the "winning habit" were credited with giving the Jackets another 7-0 victory and another conference champion- ship. Pirate followers felt numb for awhile and then started looking forward to that same team practically intact for next year with high hopes for another season. THE SEASON'S RECORD 'South'western 52- * Southwestern 0- * Southwestern 6- Southwestern 6- * Southwestern 6- * Southwestern 6- Southwestern 0- Southwestern 13- Southwestern 31- Southwestern 37- Southwestern 0- -Lon Morris -Baylor U. 33 -Denton Teachers 27 -St. Edwards U. -San Marcos Teachers -San Marcos Teach. -Abilene Christian 13 -Trinity University -McMurry College 6 -Daniel Baker -Howard Payne 7 *Non-conference games TEXAS CONFERENCE STANDINGS Team W Pet. Howard Payne 6 1 928 Southwestern 4 2 666 Trinity 4 2 666 St. Edwards 4 2 666 Abilene Christian 3 2 1 580 Texas Wesleyon 2 3 400 Austin College 2 4 333 Daniel Baker 1 6 142 McMurry 1 6 142 PLAYERS. PICTURES NOT APPEARING Marion, one letter, center Harris, one letter, guard Waugh, one letter, end Allen, three letter, back Roe, squad, back Fehr, two letter, back Bremer, three letter, center McBay, two letter, tackle Knight, three letter, back Doan, two letter, tackle McMurrey, one letter, guard Black, one letter, back Powell, one letter, tackle Ingram, two letter, tackle Rivers, squad, tackle Davenport, one letter, end O'Neil, one letter, back ",«# iMSi^ W. McCook, one letter, manager - ^ i C-*- Riggs, one letter, guard Rodgers, one letter, end McCann, one letter, back Crowley, squad, back Brantley, one letter, back Lee, one letter, back Burleson, one letter, back Koy, squad, back Taylor, squad, tackle Elrod, squad, back Conoley, squad, back .f"'*^ -. ^ J, ^jfi- »!-,;,><< 1 """ -r !«"-'■ «iV«>*«'«^ •►y /!.••<- 'J~ '-1 i: *.•.«.'-... <^.,' .»>-••*■?•.' •-«.!- THE PIRATES LINEUP THE YELL LEADERS These are the wildly gesticulating, dancing figures in the foreground at athletic events. They are the ones with strong lungs and loud voices who plead with the too often apathetic listeners for booming, cracking yells. They are George Foster Charlene Shaw Billy Smith X ^00^""^ \ ■ ^ s \ ''S" ASSOCIATION President, George Rader FOOTBALL Louis Bremer Charles Powell Claud McBay Charley Ingram Si Rodgers Mac Davenport Lewis Doan Jack Allen Alex Waugh Walter Riggs A. J. Harris Robert McMurrey Ted Fehr Frank O'Neil Ray Black C. L. Lee Bob Knight Guy Brantley John Burleson Jack McCan George Rader GOLF Cole Butler Johnny McCook Bob Rentfro Eugene Lott William Godbey BASKETBALL Billy Rivers George Foster Robert Roberson Mac Davenport YELL LEADERS George Foster Billy Smith TENNIS Doak Procter FOOTBALL MANAGER Woody McCook Horace Elrod Henry T. Myers Luther Christman A. C. Graham BACK: Whitehurst, Beaver, Davis, Crev^s, McDonald. CENTER: Smith, Epps, Holland, Clark, Roberson, W. Brown, Campbell, Sanders, Holmes, Saun- ders, Harris. FRONT: McLeod, Muse, Owens, D. Brown, Mims, Armstrong, Boyd, Westbrook, Gaddy, Nielson. Mary Tom Neal, Band Sweetheart; Tom Johnson, Director; Mrs. Tom Johnson, Soloist SOUTHWESTEKN UNIVEMSITY BAND The Southwestern University Band, under the direction of Tom Johnson, is one of the out- standing collegiate musical organizations of the Southwest. Selected musicians, special musical arrangements, and intensive training combine to increase the repertoire and ability of this group, which has presented its College musical extravaganza. The Pigskin Revue, over all parts of the state during the past year. Company Manager Franklin Crews Stage Manager : Ross Wilder Electrician Bob Knight l»HviTi^ I I ALPHA CHI The Alpha Chi, national collegiate honor society seeks to stimulate, develop, and recog- nize scholarship and those elements of character which make scholarship effective for good. Membership in the Alpha Chi is the highest honor Southwestern University can give to one of its students. Members are elected from the upper tenth in scholastic standing of the Junior and Senior classes. President Vice-President Secretary OFFICERS Chester Dunn Howard Wilkinson Lanette Liese Dr. Howard Dean Ferguson Dr. Wolcott Dunn Wilkinson Liese Howard Black Ragsdale Frasier Ezell Gross McKinnon Wetzel Fanes Hodges Childress 5ohmfalk Reese Bremer Foster Tinsley Rentfro Childress Bailey Robinson SOUTHWESTERN SCIENCE SOCIETY The Southwestern Science Society is an organization of advanced students with special scholarship requirements, who are interested in the promotion of Science and the Scientific spirit in the lives of individuals. The society is very active locally and has gained much favor- able statewide recognition. OFFICERS Dr. J. C. Godbey Counselor Wesley Ragsdale President Charles Schauer Vice-President, Chemistry W. S. Frasier Vice-President, Biology Jack Hodges Vice-President, Mathematics Nevin Weaver Secretary John Childress Treasurer J. Bohmfalk Ragsdale Schauer Dunn P. Bomfalk Bailey Hodges Lott Frasier Tinsley Betts Whitehurst Price Gordon Dr. Godbey Godbey Brown Mims Dean Ullrich Marquart Childress Peck Weaver Schulze Prof. Dunn Prof. Wapple Dr. Wolcott Pi Gamma Mu is a national Social Science honor society which stresses high scholastic rating and aptitude in the fields of the various social sciences. The society seeks to bring the collective findings of all the social sciences to bear upon the solution of all human problems. OFFICERS Howard Wilkinson President Cellia Reese Vice-President ^ETJ^HB«»i3Hfe''^' Ellagene Eanes Secretary ^H^P'l^^:!^Mllw^tailV''iHki* Prof. Hester Miss Neas Dr. Gray ^Bifc -*»"'?■ ^J -^ Pro. Wiliams Dr. Thrift Wilkinson Reese Eanes ^^ ,^_^^ ,^^ »_^^ Ellis [^ g^i^-* *'^WK1 .r-mmW^ m} Cecil ^JL.^^^mr* Price Robertson Burns ^k™^^^™^™ Waddill ■ *- Palm Beasley Weiss ^^ stoiz m •« J^IK. *• Knipp Burcham ^^^^.^.t^^M^^k.^ .^mmm^^^^^m^^^^^m ^ Stafford Bailey McKinney Robinson Stanford , Ferguson Pitts H .«^|^H^ -f.. McKinnon Wetzel ^Mi i^H^KI^^^HI^'F^^i^Hl .>&'f v . Liese Ecles W tJHK'^l Brannies P^ Houston wS^^M^m^^^'- Lemmon Ht .JBH ^^dM^' W' J w ># PAN AMERICAN FOKUM The Pan American Forum is an international organization of students who are interested in promoting a spirit of friendship among the Americas. The local chapter is composed of Spanish students who have a high average in the study of the language. OFFICERS Miss Morgan Counselor Allen Barr President Mary Jane Jackson . . . , Secretary George Foster Vice-President Miss Morgan Barr Foste Jackson Barr Salyer Bell Campbell Price Ferrel Nave McKinnon Pieper McKinnon Thomson Meal Dodson Harmon Stocklas Fehr Hutcherson Patrick Lemmon Campbell Maas Dobbs Richardson Little Ecles Willis Hawker Berquist Rodgers Criswell Smith Johnston Carlson Fisher Miller McCall Tucker Rentfro Walsh Nail m MASK AND WIG The aims of the organization are to increase the resources of Southwestern University in dramatic leadership, to raise standards and appreciation of dramatic art, and to give opportunity for dramatic expression to the students of the school. A select group of the Mask and Wig constitute a chapter of the National Collegiate Players. Foster Stafford McKinnon Liese Berquist Ecles Bracey Bell Bland Bryant Burcham Burns Cade Criswell Davis Dozier Eanes Johnston McCarty McKinnon Neilson Vinther Wilder Smith Harris Reese Martin Wilcox ' - OFFICERS George Foster President Mary Martha McKinnon Vice-President Lanette Liese Secretary Norman Stafford Business Manager Mrs. Maurine Underwood Director Martin Greer Gold Mood Benold Carlson Brock Madeley Davidson Pace Gillespie Barton Nail Patrick Roberts Sehon Walsh Willis Williamson Fisher Overton Welch Nixon Cogdell Smith Holmes Hawker DIE DEUTSCHE VEREIN OFFICERS Herr Ernst Heyer • Counselor John Marquart President Will Houston Tinsley Vice-President Mildred Siceloff Secretary Heyer Bohmfalk Bailey Marquart Gammenthaler Siceloff Brannies Tinsley Childress Mims Brown Day Brady Harris Johnston Sarver Schauer Weiss Schulze Presley Crews Glover Westbrook Foerster Ingrum Gillespie Wolfe MINISTEMIAL ASSOCIATION This is a group of earnest young men and women who have pledged to devote their life to the Church and its work. They have done much to foster a Christian spirit on the campus. OFFICERS O. B. Salyer President Earl Martin - Vice-President Howard Wilkinson Secretary Salyer Callaway Johnston Siceloff Burkhart Martin Cole Doan Renfro Palmer Davis Wilkinson Ferguson Pitts Ferguson Blake ^w^: |^ir<p-i>wM4l|p. i j»ri,i<^^' ^l«U-,..,^ > Back: Robertson, Berquist, Tinsley, Thompson, Froehner, Ecles, Cox, Gross, Botenko, Cole. 2nd Row: F. Fisher, M. Roberts, M, Fisher, Carlson, Criswell, Dodson, Matleson, Hoyt, Burkhart, May. 3rd Row: W. Roberts, Brockette, Maas, Liese, Richardson, Barr, Mara Slaviansky. THE SOUTHWESTEMN UNIVEHSITY CHOKUS OFFICERS Will Houston Tinsley President Joyce Price Vice-President Sybil Ellis Secretary The Southwestern University Chorus is one of the outstanding organizations on the cam- pus. Through their concerts they are known from Chicago to Brownsville, and are highly recog- nized in all of the cities in which they have sung. They are one of the twelve choruses in the United States that were invited to appear at the National Biennial Convention and Festival of the National Federation of Music Clubs that was held in Baltimore, Maryland, in May, 1939. They have appeared before audiences of 5000 and were received with great enthusiasm. Their national rating is one of the highest for this type of organization in the United States. Back: Hicks, Stanford, Robinson, Gregory, Salyer, Pfeifer, Bohmfalk, Price. 2nd Row: Barr, Weaver, Slandridge, Ferguson, Partlow, Stephens, Du Bose, Brannies, Withers. 3rd Row: Madame Slaviansky, Price, Gammenthaler, Ellis, Harmon, Hohlova, Godbey. Other Members: Key, Milligan, Kriedler, Day, Myers, Erwin, Wilkinson, Anderson. Whitcomb. Madame Slaviansky, distinguished conductor of world renowned choruses, has directed Southwestern University Chorus and been head of the Vocal De- partment since 1936. She has developed it into one of recognized national fame. Madame Slaviansky has been an artist of international repute since early child- hood. Madame Slaviansky Mara Slaviansky W7«HH " ' "liHIIIilll ^.^H * i '^ ,-^--. ^ .** Greer Houston Stinson Roe Price Gammenthaler Stephens Harmon Standridge Wetzel Withers Howard THE PIANIST CLUB OFFICERS Cornelia Wetzel , , President Mary Agnes Stinson Vice-President Joyce Price Secretary Dean Meyer Counselor lola Bowden Counselor The Pianist Club is an honorary society in the School of Music. Students qualify for membership by successful performance of classical selections and by general excellence of their work. VARSITY DEBATE Stanford Sneed Wilkinson Robinson Foster Renfro Hays Harris Day Cole STUDENT ASSOCIATION The Student's Association comprises every regularly registered student of Southwestern University. The Constitution of the Association provides for the organization's officers, officers of the student publications, and the Honor System. The Honor System controlled by the Stu- dent's Association, presumes that every student is a lady or gentleman and expects each stu- dent to act as such while he or she is in the University. CHESTER DUNN President PAT MANFORD Vice-President LANETTE LIESE Secretary STUDENT SENATE The Student Senate is the governing body of the Student's Association and is elected from the four classes and honor councils. Its duties are to regulate student affairs, receive reports from the officers of the various publications, and to choose nominees for the student offices. Dunn Liese Stafford Robinson Foster Bailey Stanford Salyer Ferguson Ellis McCarty Pitts Whitcomb McKinney Wardlcrw Lemmon Ragsdale Schauer Callaway Reese Harris Tinsley Siceloff McBay Allen Holmes UNIVEMSITY HONOK COUNCIL The University Honor Council has jurisdiction over the actions of the students when they are outside the dormitories. It serves as a guide to the students when they are in trouble and as a judge when the rules and regulations of the honor system have been broken. This body is chosen from the upper three classes. OFFICERS Rosamond Howard President George Foster Vice-President Kittyfae Nuttall Secretary Howard Lemmon Weaver Ragsdale Black Foster Pitts Reese Nuttall The Women's Building Honor Council is the governing body of the girls in the Women's Building. OFFICERS Portia Burns President Mary Jane Whitcomb Vice-President Mary Wardlaw Secretary Lemmon Wardlaw McKinney Nuttall Wood Whitcomb Ellis Burns MOOD HALL HONOM COUNCIL The Mood Hall Honor Council has jurisdiction over the boys living in Mood Hall. Howard Wilkinson President Froehner Schauer Wilkinson Ragsdale Pitts Bremer Callav/ay SNYDEM HALL HONOH COUNCIL The Snyder Hall Honor Council enforces the honor system in Snyder Hall during its habitation. Rodgers McBay Rivers Allen McMurry B-M THE MEGAPHONE Billie Doris Hays, Associate Mary Martha McKinnon, Associate Nevin Weaver, Associate Joseph Day, Assistant Oliver Cole, Assistant Gloria Hawker, Assistant Billie Jo Renfro, Assistant Business Manager Derill Lee Gates, Sports Editor Henry T. Myers, Assistant F, Kelly Ezell, Rep. on the Senate Robert Bettete, Circulating Manager The Megaphone is the weekly news-sheet on the campus. It affords an outlet for journalistic endeavors of students who are interested in writing and editing a newspaper. ED STANFORD Editor MILTON ROBINSON Business Manager J*^ THE SOU'WESTEM LAUNCELOT BAILEY Editor NORMAN STAFFORD Business Manager George Foster. Business Manager-Elect M'.ckey Lot', Associate Carl Berquist, Art Mary Martha McKinnon, Feature Ed Vinther, Photographer Sybil Ellis, Assistant Business Manager Gordon Pace. Assistant Ed Harris. Assistant t^- 's8l Joseph Day, Stenographer Walter Presley, Asst. Business Mgr. Contributing Photographers: Byron Peebles, Doyle Epps, Robert Overton The Sou-Wester is the yearbook of South- western University. In it permanence has been given to an inimitable, colorful array of events, full of the vitality and freshness of youth, which have been captured by the eyes of the camera and the keys of the typewriter. SOUTHWESTEMN MAGAZINE HENRY T. MYERS Editor GEORGE FOSTER BuEiness Manager Bob Rentfro, Business Manager-Elect Beth Briscoe, Associate Marynel Goolsbee, Assistant Charlene Shaw, Assistant Carl Berquist, Art Allen Barr, Art Janette Cole, Exchange Elizabeth Han-ison, Mailing The Southwestern Magazine is a monthly publication affording the students an oppor- tunity to present to the public their creative work. if'M^ THE BAKB ASSOCIATION THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Bailey Harris Foster Nuttall Stevens Siceloff Pitts Chairman Launcelot Bailey Secretary Mildred Siceloff The Barb Association consists of all non-fralernity and non-sorority students. This organiza- tion allows its members to participate at will in extra curricula activities, social functions, stu- dent government affairs, and intramural athletics. This group has proved to be a potent force in campus life. The organization elects an executive council of seven members who handle the administrative affairs of the group. ■T Howard Liese Campbell Burns Price Wetzel C. Shaw- Hull Reese Wardlaw Behringer Davidson Morgan Stocklas Welch Shivers Witt N. Shaw DELTA DELTA DELTA Founded 1888, Boston, Massachusetts Theta Epsilon installed 1911 Colors: Silver, Gold, and Blue Flower: Pansy Sorores in Universitate: Portia Burns, Camille Behringer, Isabel Campbell, Mary lo Davidson, Rosamond Howard, Margaret Hull, Lanette Liese, Doris Morgan, Joyce Price, Clellia Reese, Char- lyne Shaw, Effie Shivers, Frances Stocklas, Mary Wardlaw, Betty Welch, Cornelia Wetzel, Mary Sue Witt, Nan Shaw. Batte Pieper Wiggins Cogdell Bell Mitchel MacBlain Slinson Mints Askey Smith Hunt Lewis Ramey Nail Key Kriedler Nixon Neal Hutcherson DELl^A DELTA DELTA Tri Delta Alliance: Mrs. Marvin Behrens, Mrs. Hester Davis, Mrs. R. L. Logan, Mrs. C. O. Beaver, Mrs. Sam Stone, Mrs. E. D. Skaggs, Mrs. F. C. Smith. Pledges: Patricia Batte, Alice Pieper, Martha Ann Nail, Mary Wiggins, Jonisue Cogdell, Billie Bell, Mary Louise Mitchell, Mary Agnes Stinson, Marjorie Mints, Frances Askey, Nettie Jane Smith, Myra Lou Hunt, Betty Lewis, Laura Nell Key, Maynette Kriedler, Frances Nixon, Mary Tom Neal, Wynona Hutcherson, Audrey MacBlain, Joy Ramey, Rosemary Ralston. McKinney Cole Eanes Burcham Ban Goolsbee Smith Sterling Briscoe Nave Ward Barton Harrison Bryant Roberts ZETA TAU ALPHA Founded 1898, Farmersville, Virginia Lambda Installed 1906 Colors: Turqoise Blue and Steel Gray Flowers: White Violet Sorores in Universitate: Ellagene Eanes, Grace McKinney, Jane Burcham, Allene Barr, Judy Barton, Ila Beth Briscoe, Marynel Goolsbee, Jane Bryant, Janet Cole, Emma Owen Smith, Bernice Sterling, Jackie Nave, Mavis Roberts, Jeanne Ward, Sara McCall, Jan Thomson, Elizabeth Har- mon, Frances Withers, Charlcie Barton, Birdie Kathryn Willis, Gloria Hawker, Genevieve Barr, Elizabeth Harrison, Anna Miller. McCall Ban Thomson Harmon Miller Tucker Withers Barton Willis Hawker Jonz Coleman Mabry Mattison ZETA TAU ALPHA Pledges: Emily Tucker, Joyce Jonz, Lily Layne Coleman, Mary Gene Mabry, Sara Belle Mattison. Patronesses: Mrs. F. E. Buckholtz, Mrs. C. S. Griffith, Mrs. E. G. Gillett, Mrs. W. G. Davis, Mrs. R. W. Tinsley, Mrs. G. W. Johns, Mrs. D. W. Wilcox, Mrs. W. J. Burcham, Mrs. R. J. Stone, Mrs. E. H. Eanes, Mrs. Van C. Tipton, Mrs. Gordon Nave, Mrs. John Rentfro, Mrs. Robert Cooper, Mrs. Louise Johnston, Mrs. W. M. Moses. Sorores in Urbe: Tulla Lee Stone, Frances Stone, Lucille Eanes, Mrs. Jarrard Secrest, Mrs. James Fowler. Whitcomb Dobbs McKinnon Wood Wilkinson Dozier Richardson Baker Maas Chambless ALPHA DELTA PI Founded 1851, Macon, Georgia Colors: Blue and White Flower: Violet Sorores in Universitate: Mary Elizabeth Anderson, Margaret Baker, Christine Chambless, Hazel Cornish, Carmen Dobbs, Betty Gaynell Dozier, Marjorie Fisher, Bess Hodges, Frances Macs, Eliza- beth Ann McKinnon, Mary Martha McKinnon, Evangeline Patterson, Lenair Richardson, June Walsh, Elizabeth Wasson, Mary Jane Whitcomb, Gladys Wilkinson, Hazle Wood, Helen Wilk- inson. Patterson Wilkinson Anderson Cornish Fisher McKinnon Walsh Wasson Winfrey Madeley Hodges ALPHA DELTA PI Sorores in Urbe: Mrs. Roy Richardson, Mrs. Jack Burcham, Mrs. C. H. Harris, Mrs. Emmett Cooke, Mrs. Billie Hoffman, Mrs. J. S. Gillette, Mrs. Harmon Flanagan, Mrs. Etah Flanagan, Mrs. H. L. Price, Mrs. J. B. McKinnon, Mrs. C. S. Sanders, Mrs. Sam Wilcox, Mrs. W. P. Young, Miss Velma Tisdale, Miss Agnes Wilcox. Pledges: Billie Sue Madeley, Wanda Winfrey. Dunn McCarty Stanford Ezell H. Myers Gaddy V. Myers Tinsley Barr Betts - Founded in 1865, Washington and Lee University XI Installed 1883 Colors: Crimson and Gold Flovk^ers: Magnolia and Red Rose Fratres in Universitate: Chester Dunn, Kelley Ezell, Howell Gaddy, William McCarty, Henry T. Myers, Vernon Myers, William Sarver, Edward Stanford, Will Houston Tinsley, Allen Barr, Floyd Betts, Ernest Edens, Paul Reed, Jamie Williamson. Sarver Grossman Reed Williamson Edens Elrod McCook W. Smith Epps Holmes D. Smith Whitehurst Fratres in Urbe: I. J. McCook, John Gillet, R. W. Tinsley, H. S. Frieze, Burgin Dunn, James Harris, Lloyd Johns. Pledges: Curtis Crossman, Horace Elrod, Doyle Epps, Sam Holmes, John Louis McCook, Denton Smith, William Smith, Jack Whitehurst. IP Stafford Barton Manford Davis Price Hicks Presley Overton Boyd Lee KAPPA SIGMA Founded 1869, University of Virginia Iota Installed 1886 Colors: Scarlet, Green and White Flower: Lily of the Valley Fratres in Universitate: Patrick Manford, Wesley Muecke, Leslie Strange, James Price, Hixon Cowan, Newell Boyd, Al C. Barron, Patrick Lee, Robert Overton. Clark Barron Pace Strange Bettete Cowan Muecke Gilbert Moore KAPPA SIGMA Pledges: Thomas Barton, Norman Stafford, Walter Presley, Hershel Hicks, O. B. Davis, Garner Clark, Gordon Pace, I. R. Gilbert, William Moore, Robert Bettete. :b Procter Davis Rentfro Magee McKinnon Mcrelle Neilson Denson Sneed Ingram Anderson Holbert PHI DELTA THETA Founded 1848, Miami University Colors: Argent and Azure Flower: White Carnation Fratres in Universitate: Robert Rentfro, Phil Magee, Marvin Davis, Doak Procter, Ross Wilder, John McKinnon, John Morelle, Horace Neilson, H. T. Denson, Joseph Sneed, Charles Ingram, Monroe Hutchinson, Hal Anderson, Rowland Holbert. ■Ml Wolfe Owens Canady Anderson Henderson Cox Bland Peel Coy Carlson Welch Wilder PHI DELTA THETA Texas Gamma Installed in li Fratres in Urbe: Sam Stone, D. K. Wilcox, R. L. Logan, D. W. Wilcox, Bond Chrietzberg, Emzy Cooper, James Fowler, Billy Stump, Luther Waggoner, Walter Young, Dimmit Hughes, Virgil Morelle. Fratres in Facultate: H. L. Gray, Luther Waggoner. Pledges: Wolfe, Owens, Canady, Henderson, Cox, Bland, Peel, Coy, Welch, Carlson. A / ^ I r 1 1 «« Left — The day looks dark and dreary — especially for Tubba. Margie seems to be prepared for a good hard rain. Joy trucks for us. An interested group in chapel. Trees looks awfully studious. What goes on here, Gloria and Hor- ace? Politics in full swing — How's the election coming, boys? Right — The Conoleys and Buddy squire Jane, Tuck and Sammy. Three broncho- busters from away back. Sara, where's Buddy? Newell and Frances make a nice pair. Pat and Betty look happy about the whole thing. Mickey and Dorothy wouldn't stop eating. 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"Mosf Coii?plrfc' Bindery in the Soiifh" Broadway at Third Street San Antonio, Texas Coniplinieiifs of SOUTHWEST TELEPHONE COMPANY TWTHEN, in after years, you turn the pages of this Sou' Wester, the history ■ '' of the 1938-39 class, and view the photographs of old friends and ac- quaintances, may this familiar slogan ... "T/ze Sign of Good Clothes" that has appeared in all your college publications, again come to your mind, and your friends and supporters at this store that features the newest of college styles while they are new. ru£.}ii WILCOX BROTHERS JEWELERS . . . BOOKS . . . STATIONERS WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF UNIVERSITY BOOKS AND SUPPLIES— ALSO A NICE LINE OF JEWELRY A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU GEORGETOWN, TEXAS When in Austin BE AMONG THE GUESTS OF MERRITT-NABOURS CO. That Popular Store for Men WOMEN SHOPPERS ESPECIALLY WELCOME HUMBLE HUMBLE OIL & REFINING COMPANY A Texas institution extends to the Class of 1939 every good wish for success and happiness in the pursuit of their chosen careers. R . H . F o 1 m a r 12 East Ninth Street - P. O. Box 671 Austin, T exas GENERAL CONTRACTOR Sept. 5. Football training begins. Pi- rates doped one of six pre-season favorites. Sept. 9. Rush week officially begins. Boys who pledged the night before take the buttons out of their pockets and put them on. Sept. 12. School opens. Great Fresh- man disillusionment sets in. Sept. 13, 14. Registration. Need we say more? Sept. 15. Formal opening. Class work begins. Sept. 18. Prexy Bergin delivers sermon at church. Sept. 11. First game Lon Morris. (32-0.) Compliments of MANFORD INDUSTRIES SMILEY, TEXAS Exclusive Producers of Milk Fed Fryers for Leslie's Chicken Shacks 'They Serve' ''*^, <*«'*' ^■^ \, ^^owite^roy. N AT RUSK The South's mosi outstanding store for men's and women's and chil- dren's apparel. Occupying the first six floors of the magnificent Gulf Building. HOUSTON Compliments of HIRSH'S DRUG STORE We take this method to show that we are behind Southwestern and the STUDENT BODY. We believe in the future of Southwestern and are happy to support her. TOMMY COOPER, Manager Freund Motor Company EXPERT SERVICE— MODERN, FULLY EQUIPPED SHOP FIRESTONE TIRES - TUBES - BATTERIES Fine Used Cars Telephone III Georgetown, Texas CALENDAM Sept. 11. Ullrich explains what college expects of students. No one advances the other side. Sept. 16. Freshman pajama parade. One authentic faint — six that weren't. Sept. 21. Class officers elected. Creaky political steamrollers are oiled up. Sept. 24. Baylor at Waco. (2-39.) CALENDAM Sept. 27. Barbs organize and elect governing council. With malice to- ward none. Oct. 1. Denton Teachers (6-27). Honor councils "elected" by dishonorable means. Oct. 8. St. Edwards at Austin (7-0). "Shine-boy" Lee distinguishes him- helf. HARRIS GARAGE Texaco Products GEORGETOWN LONGING PRGDUCE CGMPANY Supplies Southwestern ivith Poiiltry and Eggs o TELEPHONE 655 CITIZEN'S ICE COMPANY E. A. CLOUSNITZER, Owner DELUXE DRY CLEANERS • Cleaners you will enjoy doing business with • WOODIE PATRICK • Phone 381 I. R. REED MUSIC CO. "Your Friends" Since 1901 AUSTIN, TEXAS Von-Boeckmann-Jones Company ^o Printers and Binders of Fine Books '^:> AUSTIN. TEXAS Everything PHOTOGRAPHIC Photo Finishing ELLISON PHOTO CO. )15 Congress Austin Printers for Southwestern THE SUN (Est. 1877) Telephone 98 sm ip ^ CONGRATULATIONS To those of you who are finishing your college education and are now entering a more important work — that of good citizen- ship. The perseverance put forth in securing this education will be of much value to you in your every day battle of life's problems. TEXAS GULF SULPHUR COMPANY, INC. Producers of crude sulphur Compliments of JESSE H. JONES ■: i For Rapid Service and Good Workmanship SEE Georgetown Electric Shoe Shop PIGGLY WIGGLY One Stop Food Store Appreciates Your Business For Relaxation and Sport Try Georgetown Bowling Club Have Your Friends Stop At The SHERMAN HOUSE WILCOX GROCERY Visit Your Western Auto Associate Store HENDERSON'S Georgetown CALENDAR Oct. 11. Miss Neas appears in first edition of "Notable Women of the Southwest." Oct. 13. Dinner of the Golden Bowl. Mrs. Tom McCullough honor guest. Oct. 14. San Marcos at San Marcos (6-0). Special train and all that it implies. Oct. 22. Homecoming. A. C. C. (0-13.) Handshaking and barbecue. Phis win prize for best float in parade as five indignant organizations yell "Un- fair". Oct. 31. Mood Hall open house com- plete with ghosts, locked doors, and hidden pictures. The Pirate Tavern where Students Are Always Welcome LEROY RUBY JOHN BREMOND COMPANY . . . . Serving Southwestern ** "'^ ! Compliments of THE BELFORD LUMBER COMPANY Telephone 34 GEORGETOWN EDWARDS CAFE For Regular Meals or Banquets EDWARDS MARKET For Barbecues and Picnics ^ FIRST NATIONAL BANK GEORGETOWN, TEXAS ORGANIZED 1880 Students' Accounts Fully Appreciated MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION WARD & TREADWELL Optometrists AUSTIN TEXAS BEN NEUMAN Dry Goods CAL'S A. G. BRAUN MOTOR CO. • SHAW GROCERY SHAW FILLING STATION EDENS BROS. GROCERY "ABIE" RHODES BARBER SHOP SALES and SERVICE O. K. Used Cars • GEORGETOWN TEXAS T. H. WILLIAMS Austin's Largest Store Exclusively for Women Fifth and Congress Austin QWENSON'Q ERVICE )5 FOOD MART )^ T A T I O N PALACE BARBER SHOP =>ALA\€E WHERE GEORGETOWN IS ENTERTAINED Nov. 1. Usual hairpulling as beauties are elected. "Favorites" chosen also. Nov. 2. Nine Southv^^estern students in Who's Who. Nov. 4. Trinity Game (13-0). Nov. 10. McMurry at Abilene (31-6). Nov. 12. K A's and Barbs battle for in- tramural football crown. Dec. 3. Debate team courageously be- gins again. Dec. 13. Carol Dinner in honor of Dr. and Mrs. J. Frank Dobie. Dec. 17. Hostilities cease. Dec. 31. Construction work on Cody Memorial Library begins. After all these years. f Nov. 12. Mid-Semester headache. Nov. 17. "Gammer Gurton's Needle." Mistaken journey back into the past. Nov. 18. Daniel Baker here (37-0). Nov. 19. Tri Delts swing out with the help of P. Lee. Nov. 24. Howard Payne at Brownwood (0-7). Southwestern runner-up in Tex- as conference. (Miracles do happen.) Dec. 3. A D Pi formal. Remember? Jan. 1. Hostilities are resumed. Jan. 12. St. Edwards. Ed. Note (Please, let's don't mention this basketball again.) Jan. 14. "S" Association initiation Ouch'. Jan. 17. Chorus sings for governor's reception. Indignantly deny that main feature was "Blue Bonnet, Flour of Texas." (Continued on Page 134) mM.m Troy Laundry Dry Cleaners Dyers Golden Anniversary celebrating 50 Years of Service to Southwestern 1889 — o— 193 9 C. E. HARRIS, Manager 5l«^±^l<V>5l««=l«rt?±^l<V>5l<V>5l^^ "Wear Clean Clothes" ■kL. THE FARMER'S STATE BANK SERVING SOUTHWESTERN MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION GEORGETOWN TEXAS Driskill Hotel When in Austin Make THE DRISKILL Your Home ^ CAFE COFFEE SHOP Prii'cife Dining Rooms AUSTIN TEXAS Compliiucnfs of Wm. Cameron Lumber Co., Inc. GEORGETOWN, TEXAS BLUE MOON Hamburgers - Cigarettes - Cold Drinks "Uncle Ed" Compliments of DR. H. L. PATTERSON Dentist Georgetown DR. T. C. GAHAGAN. O. D. Optometrist — Orthopisl Visit PERRY BROS.. Inc. 5-10-25 Cent Store RED & WHITE GROCERY BUCHHOLZ Exclusive Shoppe For Women GATES PRINT SHOP CATES for the best printing Georgeto'wn HOFFMAN & SON for your Dry Goods Men's Wear Ladies' Wear ACME DRY CLEANERS Cleans the Cleanest Georgetown Texas SHELL - The Florist ''Beautiful Flowers'' Georgetown Texas ,\,,iki GULF SERVICE STATION A. E. "Red" Lindell Chumped Off Again Phone 420 QUALITY SERVICE (Continued from Page 130) Jan. 24-28. Finals. Feb. 4. Zeta formal. Attended by Uni- versity of Texas. Feb. 9. Formal dinners in dining hall start. Girls eat turnip greens in eve- ning dress. Feb. 11. Five junior publications of- ficers reelected. Renfro replaces re- tiring Stafford — despite Magee's un- fortunate one-man trade-out with Kappa Sigma. Feb. 18. Barb girls give spring formal. Feb. 19. Fire! Fire! in room 206. Feb. 23. A few thousand pounds of humanity migrated to Old Mood after Snyder hall falls in. "^'t.'' IV-^'M^ nV''1I^'-' '■•■(§' Compliments of M^Sy GEORGETOWN TEXAS Feb. 24-25. ant! Debaters Do Rant in Dur- March 2. Barbs cinch intra-mural basketball title in overtime clinch with K A's. March 13-18. Dr. Harold Cooke speaks in chapel — to a full house Monday and three sleepy souls Saturday. March 6-11. Corrigan week. Vice Versa party finishing touch. Peculiar couples. March 18. Students elect Pat Manford, Lewis Doan, Isabell Campbell, Louis Bremer. Some were surprised. March 23. The Great Virgil — imported by The Great Minard. March 24-25. Texas Student Govern- ment Congress. March 24. Open House at Women's Building. Girls throw things into closets for first time since September. April 1. Senior Day. Mid-Semester. Megaphone edition creates stir — and some belief. April 4. Kappa Sig formal. Preceded with a dinner. No chicken. April 7. Easter recess. April 11. Class work resumed. Stu- dents catch up on sleeo. April 13. Science Society initiation. Godbey fries the sausage. April 19. Tri Delt formal. Rush week starts. Exes return to steal the show. April 27. A. D. Pi formal. April 28. Slimes pull a fast one, and Rogers went to the Golden Gloves! May 1. Hanging May baskets. Sweet and entirely traditional. May 12. Senior minstrel — led by the beef-trust chorus. May 18-19. Trustees ban dancing for 99th consecutive time. May 23-37. Senior finals. "To you from failing hands we throw the torch." '«^ mm p iim« m^ May 29-June 3. Finals — now people realize that they should have studied in January. Weeping, wailing, and other conventional attitudes. June 4. Baccalaureate Sermon. June 5. 99th commencement. 61 new teachers looking for most any other type of job. In the meantime — The Sou'Wester ap- pears. How, why, or when, the staff can't say at this writing. Visit Ethel's Beauty Land for All Beauty Treatments One block South of Ad Bldg. Phone 148-J Ischy's Cash Market Choice Barbecuing Steaks East Side of Square HODGES BROTHERS DRUGS Rexall Store Fountain and Sandwich Service Fine Perfumes and Cosmetics We Appreciate Your Patronage Free Delivery Phone 66 -\. /• ! Little A D Pi's praising Allah . . . Felon being chased over a fence by the sheriff after one of his numerous visits to the Haunted House . . . Be- lieve it or not — our own Miss Southwestern — Rosa- mond Howard . . . Tiny and Lee seem to be en- joying each other's com- pany . . . 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